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  • Film review: 'Lizzie'
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  • Film review: 'Lizzie'

    Even if only through the indelible children's folk rhyme, most people have at least a vague knowledge of Lizzie Borden and the infamous murders she stood accused of. The heart of the story lies in Lizzie's relationship with her family's live-in maid, who moves into the Borden house six months before the murders.
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  • Film preview: 'Smallfoot'
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  • Film preview: 'Smallfoot'

    At the film's center are themes involving the importance of thinking critically about the world around you, learning to question established norms, and the realization that keeping people fearful can be a powerful governmental tool to control the population.
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